Cottage-Fronted Family Home / Tom Robertson Architects

Armadale House / Tom Robertson Architects

Project: Armadale house / Cottage-Fronted Family Home
Architects: Tom Robertson Architects
Location: Armadale, Victoria, Australia
Project size: 110 m2
Completion date 2018
Photographer: Lillie Thompson

Description by Tom Robertson Architects: A respectfully contextual response to its neighbouring adjacencies, the cottage-fronted family home sees a calming and restrained sense of the familiar injected through a contemporary lens. The existing features used as a launchpad for inspiration, the extension and redesign of the internal optimises vertical and horizontal surfaces, carving into them to create a light-filled home.

Armadale House / Tom Robertson Architects

Armadale House / Tom Robertson Architects

Armadale House / Tom Robertson Architects

Armadale House / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

cottage-fronted family home / Tom Robertson Architects

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